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  • 19th Annual Day Celebration

    19th Annual Day CelebrationThe 19th Annual Day Celebration of Army Goodwill School, Uri was a memorable event filled with enthusiasm, performances, and awards, marking nearly two decades of excellence and growth. Held on 29th June 2024 at Kalapahar Ground, the celebration brought together students, faculty, parents, and distinguished guests.

    Inauguration and Welcome Address

    The event commenced with a warm welcome by the Principal Mrs. Baljeet Kour who highlighted the achievements of the past year and shared the institution's vision for the future. The chief guest, Mrs Paramjit Sethi FWO was then invited to light the ceremonial lamp, symbolizing the light of knowledge and wisdom.

    Cultural Performances

    The highlight of the evening was a series of vibrant cultural performances. Students showcased their talents through a variety of acts, including:

    - Dance Performances: Traditional, contemporary, and fusion dances that captivated the audience with their grace and energy.
    - Musical Performances: Choirs and soloists performed melodious songs, including classical, folk, and modern pieces.
    - Drama and Skits: Thought-provoking plays and humorous skits that entertained and conveyed meaningful messages.

    Awards and Recognition

    The Annual Day also served as an occasion to recognize outstanding achievements. Awards were presented for academic excellence, sports achievements, and contributions to extracurricular activities. Special awards were given to teachers and staff members for their dedication and service.

    Speeches and Reflections

    Prominent speakers, including the chief guest and alumni, shared their insights and experiences, inspiring the current students to strive for excellence. The speeches were a blend of motivational talks and heartfelt reflections on the journey of the institution.

    Vote of Thanks and Conclusion

    The event concluded with a vote of thanks, acknowledging the efforts of everyone who made the celebration a success. The Ms Iram Khursheed PRT AGS URI expressed gratitude to the organizing committee, participants, and attendees for their support and enthusiasm.

    The 19th Annual Day Celebration was a testament to the institution's enduring spirit and commitment to fostering talent and excellence. It was a day filled with joy, pride, and a sense of community, setting a positive tone for the years to come.

  • Celebrating Excellence

    19th Annual Day CelebrationIn a moment of great honor, Labeeda Lone, a student from AGS Uri, has been awarded at SKICC Srinagar. Her exceptional performance in the NEET Test, securing the 11th rank in the valley, has brought immense pride to AGS Uri, a distinguished institution. Labeeda's success reflects the dedication and academic excellence fostered at AGS Uri. Congratulations to Labeeda Lone on this remarkable achievement!...

  • Chandrayaan-3 taking 40 days to reach Moon.

    Chandrayaan-3 taking 40 days to reach Moon.By India Today Science Desk: The Indian Space Research Organisation (Isro) launched Chandrayaan-3 to the Moon on July 14 on a mission to attempt a soft landing on the lunar surface.

    The spacecraft is currently cruising in space and is expected to reach lunar orbit by August 5 and the soft-landing attempt is likely to be on August 23. The spacecraft will cover the nearly 3,84,000 kilometers distance between the Earth and Moon in nearly 40 days, which is much longer than what the Apollo mission launched by Nasa would take....